Beta Blockers: How They Work, Types, Benefits & Side Effects

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a whopping 70 percent of adults over the age of 65 living in the United States take at least one type of heart medication every day. Among the most...

How to Overcome the Loneliness of Social Distancing

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Loneliness may be more of a hazard to our health than obesity, according to a 2017 article published by the American Psychological Association in Washington, D.C. And researchers even liken the potential health damage of social isolation and loneliness to...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptoms and Protective Measures to Take

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COVID-19 is an ever-changing topic in the news and other outlets, but, to date, the coronavirus has sparked panic around the globe, shutting down schools, sporting events and entire communities as scientists scramble to try to control the...

Dirty Dozen List: Are You Eating the Most Pesticide-Laden Produce?

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The Environmental Working Group released its 2020 Dirty Dozen list, a “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce,” and it serves as a solid reminder that we still have a lot of work to do when it comes to...

Your Self-Care Checklist: Stay Healthy In All Parts of Your Life

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You’d think that “self-care” is a series of intuitive actions that are done naturally, but that’s not really true, is it? Practicing self-care really requires reflection and motivation. Your self-care checklist may differ greatly from your spouse’s, mother’s...

Class IV Laser Therapy Benefits and How to Use

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If you’re one of millions of adults who suffers from muscle aches, joint pain and limited mobility due to inflammation, you’re probably aware of just how many natural treatments are now available to help bring you relief. While many...

Top 8 Tips for Working from Home

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At first glance, working remotely may seem pretty appealing. Answering emails and tuning into a conference in pajamas? All-day access to your own kitchen, bathroom and couch, all while getting paid to work may sound like a win-win. But...

Operant Conditioning: What Is It and How Does It Work?

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Operant (or instrumental) and classical (or Pavlovian) conditioning are considered by psychologists to be the simplest forms of learning. A 2018 study published in Frontiers in Psychology states, “By way of operant conditioning, human behavior is continuously shaped...

What Is Eustress and Why Is It Good For You?

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The term eustress was coined in the 1970s by an endocrinologist named Hans Selye, who combined the Greek prefix eu- (meaning “good”) with stress. Eustress, therefore, literally means “good stress.” What is “positive stress” exactly, and how does it...

Van Life: Tips for Healthy Living in Tiny Spaces

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Van life might seem like a strange and fairly outlandish idea, but it’s something I’m doing as you read this. While I gave up a lot of STUFF when we moved into the van, one thing I didn’t...

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Prosecutors rest case in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial

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Prosecutors in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial rested their case on Thursday after more than two weeks of testimony punctuated by harrowing accounts...

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